There is a Windows zero-day vulnerability or exploit going around but Microsoft has termed it as “low risk” and hasn’t issued a patch yet.
Even after becoming the president Donald Trump might still be using his old unsecure Android phone which can easily be target of security breaches/hacking
The Chinese government has made private use of virtual private networks to access blocked websites illegal. Individuals won’t be able to use VPNs legally
The Guardian newspaper has reported a WhatsApp encryption vulnerability that allows backdoor access to encrypted messages of WhatsApp users.
A phishing attack on Gmail users is on the lose in which an email attachment is sent and when people click on it, their login details are stolen.
The US government has just increased the scope of surveillance that can be carried. The NSA can now share raw data with other surveillance agencies.
Various studies have revealed that Microsoft is sending user data to its servers on daily basis. The new Creators Update of Windows 10 may stop this.
There is a MongoDB ransomware on rampage. Unsecured MongoDB database servers are attacked, information is stolen and then ransom is demanded.
Two WhatsApp virus files using the names of Indian defence agencies are being spread that can steal personal information from your mobile phone.
The incident of Russia hacking into the American election computers has escalated with Russia warning that it may disconnect itself from the Internet.